Isaac Wilson finished his high school career in a way even his brother couldn’t: By winning a state title.
Playing in the stadium he will call home next year, Wilson led Corner Canyon to a 41-27 win by accounting for 443 yards and five total touchdowns.
Now, the quarterback is off Utah. And the four-star prospect is ready.
“Can’t wait to be here next year,” Wilson said, standing near midfield at Utah’s Rice-Eccles Stadium last week. “Can’t wait to get rolling. Start getting [the] Utah offense. Coach [Andy] Ludwig, going to be a great time.”
But before he enters the program next year, he will celebrate this first title.
Wilson had Corner Canyon at the doorstep last year, but lost in the championship game to Skyridge.
This time he didn’t miss a chance to win Corner Canyon’s first title since 2020. Even New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson never won a title while he was at Corner Canyon.
“No,” Wilson said, laughing that his most famous brother didn’t have a title on his resume. “Two of my other ones did. Josh and Micah.”
They won their titles when Corner Canyon won three straight championships from 2018-20.
After the game, both Josh and Micah Wilson, who played at BYU at one point, were there to greet him. Wilson fought back tears as he capped off a high school career where he totaled 10,709 total yards and 95 passing touchdowns. This season he had 63 touchdowns, with 50 passing.
“I’m crying a little bit,” Wilson said. “I’m not trying to tear up. But it is a great moment for us. I’m glad we got to do it as a team. ... How close we were. We were just such a family. I mean I’ve been with these guys four years. Even then, before that. And I love these boys. I love them all. "